Rachel Gintner Orlando
Responding in faith to crisis after crisis.
Thanks to collaboration from friends, family and university archivists, a vast set of James Foley’s records will be archived at his alma mater.
Soot particles are tiny, but their effect on our world and our health is huge, says Dr. Somesh Roy. He’s on a quest to better understand soot — and to help us care enough to tame it.
Years after fleeing a troubled neighborhood and achieving academic and basketball success at Marquette, Junior Cadougan is back where it all began. In his bid to guide them in philosophy, basketball and the meaning of team, he led a group of young athletes from his old streets on a pilgrimage to his alma mater.
Behind a beloved fixture of Christmastime on campus is a deeper meaning — the faithful honoring of a tragic loss from more than 30 years ago.
The College of Education is closing the gap for behavioral health providers who specialize in child and adolescent counseling.
The Dr. E. J. and Margaret O’Brien Hall opened in January with the vision of becoming a hub for the region’s business community. In just a few months, it’s emerged as the place where the city does business.